Being Human series 4 finale: ‘The War Child’ promo pics

by Gerard McGarry
Annie (Lenora Crichlow) and Alex (Kate Bracken) in the Being Human finale

Annie and Alex get ready to fight. This is going to be HOT!

That time is upon us, dear readers. The Old Ones have arrived – led by Mycroft from Sherlock Holmes – and they’re holed up in a warehouse sharpening their fangs for the coming massacre. The human race is about to realise its true place in the evolutionary food chain.

That’s right, the events of the past 7 episodes of Being Human have brought us to this point – Tom prepared to fight tooth and claw, while Hal frets about whether he’ll be able to stand up to the oldest vampire in existence. And meanwhile, Annie must decide if – in the words of Emrys – when the time comes, she can do a bad thing.

And yes, there’s going to be plenty of Mark Gatiss chewing up scenery as the sinister Mr. Snow, as you’ll see from our epic picture gallery below! Now, here’s the official episode synopsis:

The Old Ones have arrived in Britain, setting in motion the chain of events the trio have discovered will inevitably bring about an apocalyptic future. Tom is given words of warning by the vampires’ brutish werewolf bodyguard, and Hal struggles against his very nature as the imperious Mr Snow (guest star Mark Gatiss) invites him back to the fold. Meanwhile, Annie comes to terms with the dreadful task she must complete to save the world from ruin.

Mark Gatiss as Mr. Snow in Being Human

Mr Snow leads a distinguished delegation of vampires to Britain

A rebel shows Mr. Snow a crucifix in The War Child

"I thought we'd dealt with that old crucifix rumour already..."

Mr Snow (Mark Gatiss) in Being Human finale

Gatiss does palid beautifully...

Mr. Snow looking regal...

Mr. Snow looking regal...

Meet Milo (Michael Wildman) a mercenary werewolf attached to the vampires

Meet Milo (Michael Wildman) a mercenary werewolf attached to the vampires

Right, ready for a gallery of Damien Molony pics, you screaming fangirls? Well, here you go. Maybe we should call it a Hal-lery?

Hal (Damien Molony) is startled by the sudden appearance of...?

Hal (Damien Molony) is startled by the sudden appearance of...?

Hal (Damien Molony) worries that Mr. Snow's could force him to join the vampires

Hal (Damien Molony) worries that Mr. Snow's could force him to join the vampires

Being Human: Hal receives an unexpected visitor

Being Human: Hal receives an unexpected visitor

Uh-oh! What's Hal hiding from in 'The War Child'?

Uh-oh! What's Hal hiding from?

Alex (Kate Bracken) has unfinished business in 'The War Child'

Alex (Kate Bracken) has unfinished business in 'The War Child'

Alex in Being Human finale, The War Child

But who is this mystery man?

Mark Gatiss during the filming of The War Child

The revolution WILL be televised. Which public personality will Mr. Snow kill live on TV?

The Being Human finale, The War Child, airs at 9pm Sunday 25th March on BBC Three. But true fans will already know that and have their places by the telly secured already. Right?

P.S. Bring a tissue! And don’t forget to follow us on Twitter for live Being Human tweets throughout the episode! Tumblr fans should keep an eye on this page!